For scientists, marching is just the start - USA TODAY

Hundreds of scientists and advocates in Washington and 514 locations around the world will rally Saturday to support the scientific community and showcase the role science plays in everyday life. While the March for Science is one visible way to show ...

It's not 'Earth Day' – it's 'Anti-Trump Day' - OneNewsNow

Earth Day and U.S. Capitol A climate-change skeptic says some upcoming Earth Day marches are primarily political in nature, even though organizers claim the focus will be on the earth and climate. For a variety of reasons, skeptics of all backgrounds ...

Science fights back: The advancing March for Science - The Mercury News

In Bay Area, pro-science events will be in San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Cruz, Pacifica, Walnut Creek, Hayward, Livermore and Berkeley. Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) · Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) ...

Denver's March for Science: Where, when and more importantly, why - Denverite (blog)

Kevin Trenberth sees a test coming up soon for science under the administration of President Donald Trump. Every four years, the federal government completes a national climate assessment, and the 2016 document, completed under President Barack ...

Can March for Science participants advocate without losing the public's trust? - The Conversation US

The original research reported in this post was supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Energy Foundation, and the Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment, none of which bear any responsibility for the ...

Earth Day and our kids' future - Ashland Daily Press

Important days for your kids are coming soon. One is Earth Day. On the following Saturday are the climate marches. Earth Day is Science Day. Science is the quest to understand our earth home. Our science watchdogs are our EPA scientists. They guard ...

Saturday, Science Advocates Prepare for a Long March - Scientific American

Like many warriors, Shaye Wolf is ready to march. She says Pres. Donald Trump's administration is carrying out a “war on science” with proposed cuts in scientific research funding and appointments of climate change deniers to top positions. So Wolf ...

March For Science Set To Bring Thousands To Washington: What To Expect - Tech Times

The March for Science, happening April 22 on Earth Day, will be gathering massive numbers of science advocates to Washington, DC. The event embodies the scientific community's protest to the science and environmental policies of the Trump ...

March for Science DC: What to know about the April 2017 march on Washington - Mic

Since taking office in January, President Donald Trump has not only started a rhetorical war with the media and potentially real wars with North Korea and Russia-backed Syria, but he's also engaged in what critics call a "war on science." This weekend ...

Support science by celebrating Earth Day - The News Journal

Saturday, April 22, marks the 37th Earth Day. Marches for science are being staged in Washington, D.C., and around the country, including one in Newark. Advocating for science on Earth Day makes eminent sense. After all, science first alerted ...

The March for Science, explained - Vox

Scientists, science advocates and community members gather in Copley Square in Boston on Feb. 19, 2017 for a Rally to Stand up for Science Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe via Getty Images. Brace yourself, DC: The nerds are marching in. On Earth Day ...

Letter: Toward a safer, cleaner future - Salt Lake Tribune

More scientists seem aware of the political reality of climate change, as there's a March for Science this Earth Day. Why have they waited until the carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere is over 400 parts per million, while the threat has been ...

March on Earth Day to protest anti-science - Jackson Hole News&Guide

On Jan. 21 my 4-year-old daughter and I attended our first protest march together: the 2017 Women's March in Driggs, Idaho. Our nation had just elected and inaugurated as president of the United States a misogynist and confessed sexual predator — a ...

Climate Change Shifts From Warm To Cold As Sun's Activity Diminish, Scientitsts Say - Science Times

A hundred and more experts in solar physics, geomagnetism, climate change modeling and atmospheric chemistry put their heads together in conducting a study about the effects of solar activity on Earth's climate. Results show variations in ultraviolet ...

Slashing the federal science budget when research is vital is indefensible - Herald and News

... × Tired of seeing surveys on articles? If you are a subscriber, simply log in or Subscribe now! Katrina Vanden Heuvel. Pat Bushey. prev. next. In January 1970, the organizers of the first Earth Day published a full-page ad in The New York Times.

Why non-scientists need to join the March for Science - The Sydney Morning Herald

I'll be among the many non-scientists participating in the inaugural March for Science, which is taking place worldwide on Saturday. None of us is untouched by science. We owe much of our prosperity to scientific progress. And many of the greatest ...

Earth Day, climate agreement and March for Science - The Mountain Press

It's no coincidence that Earth Day, the first anniversary of the signing of the climate agreement and the March for Science are all taking place on the same day, April 22. It is the people's day. It has been the people's day since 1970, when Sen ...

March for Science Set for Earth Day - Free Times

While marchers descent on Washington, D.C., for the March for Science this Saturday, April 22, Columbia activists are hosting their own sister rally. The March for Science-South Carolina will take place at the State House from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on ...

Earth Day And The March For Science - Jefferson Public Radio

This Saturday, April 22, people from around the country will gather in Washington, D.C., to join the March for Science (there will also be satellite marches in many cities). After the march was first announced, I wrote on some of the issues it raised ...

March for Science A push for climate control - Cascadia Weekly

Late last week, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt called for an exit from the climate change-related Paris Agreement. Dubbed a “historic turning point” in the goal of reducing global warming by France's foreign minister ...